Late News: Facebook's Reworked Privacy Policy, Jorge Borges Google Doodle, Windows 8 UI Changes

Social networking giant Facebook is introducing another fresh round of enhanced privacy features in order to appease fans and all concerned who have been raising concerns about the alleged lack of interest shown by Mark Zuckerberg and his company towards securing users’ privacy interests.

Internet search giant Google is celebrating the 112th birth anniversary of Argentine author Jorge Luis Borges via Google Doodle on Wednesday, August 24th. The doodle, designed to pay homage to the acclaimed author, comprises of a structure featuring colourful scenery that represents regions with different languages. When clicked, the doodle redirects users to the search result pages for Borges and his works.

The aggressive ad campaign Motorola embraced to promote its Motorola Atrix smartphone has undergone a massive setback as the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has asked the company to stop calling the handset “world's most powerful smartphone."

Microsoft has detailed changes to basic file operations like copying and moving in Windows 8. According to the Building Windows 8 blog, the company has made significant improvements to the user interface to give users greater control for copying, moving, and transferring files.

A new survey conducted by the BBC through crowdsourcing shows that many areas in the United Kingdom have poor 3G coverage. The BBC last month launched a free Android app, asking users to download and contribute to the 3G coverage study.